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One of the advantages of setting it in "Vienna" is that the audience could believe that "that's the way those foreigners do it". It gave the audience some distance from reality: they would accept it without having to question whether it was realistic. It certainly does push the bounds of "suspension of disbelief". Foreigners may be foreign, but surely they'...


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The majority of the characters in the "Little House" books were real people. The majority of the places described in these books were real places. There was, however, artistic license (for lack of better term) used for the storytelling in these books. I would like to state that I was fortunate enough to attend a guided tour of The Laura Ingalls Wilder ...


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